The best fashion shows of the week
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Here are some of the highlights from the week.
The New York Fashion Week show at The Gilded Ballroom.
This was a big night for the brand, with a big, glittering ballroom in which the designers showcased their couture works, including a new collection for the first time in the venue’s history.
The show at the Royal Albert Hall in London.
The royal showpiece was held on Saturday night, and the whole evening was a celebration of the show’s success, with the queen and her entourage enjoying a champagne toast at the end of the evening.
The debut of the new Collection at the Ritz Carlton.
The collection is designed to be “a showcase of the world”, and includes the likes of a couture couture gown by Sophie Durocher and a new couture womenswear collection.
The opening of the couture show at Victoria & Albert Museum.
The Royal British Legion show at London’s Victoria < Albert in May.
This year’s Legion show, which included the Queen, took place in an event hall, with guests dressed as knights and maidens.
The exhibition of the collection at London Fashion Week.
The coronation of the Queen at Buckingham Palace.
The couture collection from The Ritz.
A tribute to the royal family at the New York Ballet.
The new collection is made from fabrics by French designer Fabien Le Gachet, and includes a new gown for the Duke of Edinburgh.
The Queen’s diamond engagement party.
The event was attended by members of the royal household and guests including her family, including her two sisters, Princess Charlotte and Prince Philip.
The wedding of Prince Harry to Chloe Whelan.
The couple celebrated their engagement by putting on the showpiece couture dress and receiving a royal salute.
The introduction of a new fashion collection by Chanel.
The unveiling of the latest collection from designer Alexander McQueen.
The return of the Roxy Couture collection.
The fashion collection is based on the designer’s classic collections, which have also been reimagined in new forms.
A special screening of the documentary series The Queen by Martin Campbell.
The first appearance of the brand’s new couturier at the London Fashion Show.
A surprise royal visit to New York City.
The arrival of the Royal Family to New Yorkers.
A coronation ceremony at the Sydney Opera House.
A royal tour of the London Eye.
The announcement of the launch of a royal couture line by ChanEL.
A fashion show at Madison Square Garden.
The world premiere of the Chanel L’Oréal Collection at Madison Tower.
The UK premiere of a Chanel fragrance.
A new Chanel collaboration.
The release of the first collection of the designer, Chanel VIV.
The launch of Chanel Couture Collection in the UK. 28.
The official launch of the New Chanel collection at the NYPL.
The brand’s second couture release in the US. 30.
The Chanel Spring/Summer Collection at NYPL London.